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Cle·land

(klel'ănd),
W. Wallace, 20th-century U.S. biochemist. See: Cleland nomenclature, Cleland reagent.
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After that match, Ch Insp Cleland Tweeted of his hopes for a change in the law that would see misbehaving rugby fans subject to the same restrictions as football hooligans.
If Cleland plays RJ's girlfriend, then the husband and wife may be arguing over RJ's relationship with her.
"Our results show that depression is strongly associated with death during the year following discharge from hospital after an admission for the exacerbation of heart failure; we expect that the link persists beyond one year," Cleland added.
Naysmith and Cleland were among the five candidates interviewed by Rovers last week as the Kirkcaldy club look for the right person to replace Grant Murray and work alongside director of football Maurice Malpas and Laurie Ellis, who was the assistant manager to Murray and is someone the board want to keep at Stark's Park.
While visiting his boss in Cooperstown in 1934, Cleland I happened onto a WPA project designed to improve Doubleday Field for the alleged 100th anniversary of the National Pastime in 1939.
The Bank of England on Tuesday announced that from 3 March 2015 it will be issuing into circulation GBP10, GBP20, and GBP50 notes bearing the signature of the current chief cashier Victoria Cleland.
JOHN Cleland has been elected as managing partner of Pinsent Masons, following a vote among the firm's partners.
Fanny Hill in Bombay: The Making and Unmaking of John Cleland. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012.
John Cleland, chief executive of Maplin, said: "We're delighted that our commitment to customer service has been recognised nationally by such an influential group.
MIDCENTRAL HEALTH clinical nurse specialist lead in gastroenterology Anne Cleland (pictured right) has been appointed to a part-time position with the national endoscopy quality improvement programme (NEQIP), as a nursing workforce development lead.
THE pound in your pocket could be turning plastic within the next three years - that was the message from banknote boss Victoria Cleland as she visited Liverpool.
Cameron Cleland donned surgical gloves and told her: "I'm going to have to kill you."